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Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder that stems from psychological causes while impacting physical health. This emotional mental health condition is characterized by a refusal to eat food due to a fixation to lose weight. Although the obsession to lose weight could be due to societal pressures to be thin, the reality is that the compulsion to lose weight and not eat originates from underlying psychological issues that affect self esteem and a lack of confidence. The combined obsession with self image and refusal to eat, can dangerously impact an individual’s mental and physical health and well-being.

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Bianca Miller


Bianca Miller helps individuals who suffer from anorexia nervosa and other eating disorders to cope with emotional troubles, societal pressures, and the perception of others. She practices a cognitive behavioral approach when working with her clients in order to help them overcome past trauma and underlying emotional struggles. Bianca focuses on helping individuals achieve personal goals, a stronger sense of self, and build healthier coping skills. With an undergraduate degree in Psychology and Nutrition, Bianca understands the association between our emotional mind and our physical body. She aims to help promote positive change within her clients who suffer from anorexia by helping them develop the self-awareness and confidence needed to live a happier and healthier lifestyle.

Brittney Segoviano


Brittney Segoviano specializes in treating clients who are dealing with eating disorders and other self-harming behaviors that are caused by mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. She encourages individuals who suffer specifically from anorexia nervosa to focus on the feelings and emotions linked to previous experiences in order to build the awareness and self-honesty to desire positive and healthy changes. Brittney incorporates CBT, DBT, ACT, Motivational Interviewing, and Trauma informed care into the treatment of anorexia. She believes that by approaching anorexia and other eating disorders with a collaborative and approachable outlook, her patients trust the therapeutic process and journey and seek positive change.